Carreño touches the Top-10 and Muguruza rises before Tokyo

Pablo Carreño poses with the title of champion of the Hamburg Tournament after beating Filip Krajinovic in the final.

The Spanish Pablo Carreño with his victory in the tournament in Hamburg (Germany) rises two positions in the world rankings and remains on the verge of a top 10 that this week remains immovable.

Serbian Novak Djokovic continues as unalterable number 1, with Russian Daniil Medvedev in second position and Spanish Rafael Nadal in third place from the podium.

This week up to 19 Ibero-American tennis players are in the world top 100. Rafael Nadal (3), Pablo Carreño (11), Argentine Diego Schwartzman (13), Spanish Roberto Bautista (16), Chilean Cristian Garín (19) and the also Spanish Alejandro Davidovich (35) and Alberto Ramos (43).

The Argentines Federico Delbonis (46) and Federico Coria (62), the Spaniards Pablo Andújar (65), Jaume Munar (67) and Carlos Alcaraz (73), the Argentines Guido Pella (76) and Facundo Bagnis (80),s Spanish Feliciano López (89) and Roberto Carballés (90), the Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas (94), the Brazilian Thiago Monteiro (95) and the Spanish Pedro Martínez (97), They complete the list of Spanish and Latin American tennis players in the Top-100.

Barty continues to lead and Muguruza overtakes Halep

Australian Ashleigh Barty, Japanese Naomi Osaka and Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka maintain their place on the podium of the WTA world rankings, while the Spanish Garbiñe Muguruza is promoted one place and is ninth, to the detriment of the Romanian Simona Halep.

After the Wimbledon dispute and with the main tennis players without participating, there are no more changes in the top 10.

In addition to Muguruza, four other Latin American tennis players are among the top 100 in the WTA world rankings: the Spanish Paula Badosa (29), the Argentine Nadia Podoroska (38), the Spanish Sara Sorribes (48) and the Colombian María Camila Osorio (79).

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